*Due to limited supply of PPE during the Corona Virus pandemic, this kit will be shipped without Sani-Hands Anti-Microbial Hand Wipe until availability is restored. Please contact our sales teams with any questions or concerns regarding this temporary solution. We apologize for any inconvenience this omission may cause.
The Rescue Essentials Motorcycle Operator Kit is designed to meet the needs of motorcycles patrol officers and recreational cyclists, in the event of self-injury or motorcycle accident response. Includes supplies to address catastrophic trauma, as well as minor fractures and the ability to secure scene safety. This compact first aid kit easily fits in motorcycle storage compartments for quick access in the event of accident.
Kit Contents Include:
1pr Nitrile Gloves
1ea SWAT-T Tourniquet
1ea Emergency Pressure Dressing
1ea Compressed Gauze
1ea EMT Shears
1ea 18" SAM Splint
1ea Cohesive Wrap
1ea Triangular Bandage
1ea Waterjel Burn Dressing, 4" x 4"
2ea Light stick, Red
4ea 2" x 4" Adhesive Bandage
3ea Gauze Pad, 3" x 3", 2 per package
1ea Infectious Waste Bag
1ea Anti-Microbial Hand Wipe
Dimensions: 8" H x 9" W x 3" D
Weight: 1 lb 2 oz
To ensure best quality and timely delivery, we may substitute items in our kits and modules with products of equal or better quality.
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This is actually my second kit. The first one was used when a motorcycle went down in our group. It worked out very well and had most materials needed in our emergency. I like the fact that it was in a poly bag instead of a fancy bag. It takes up much less room.
The kit was complete and has several items that could be necessary in the event of a mild accident. It is small enough to store in a saddlebag or trunk without being in the way of other guy. The only thing I wish was included was a bag that would identify it as first aid to someone else.
This is yet another example of why Rescue Essentials is the go to place for all of your first aid kits! A must have for any MC rider!
It's kinda big but has everything one might need. I had to remove a few thing's from the saddle bag to get it in. Just thought it would be more compact